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My name is Rayne!

Doberman Pinscher Dog for adoption in New Richmond, Ohio - Rayne
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Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue

Facts about Rayne

  • Breed: Doberman Pinscher
  • Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Rayne is a 9 year old girl who comes to us an owner surrender for a reason we hear all too often--"we're moving and we can't take the dog". In this case, this was the only family she has known for her entire 9 years. She's a beautiful Black and Tan, cropped and docked girl who is learning how much more there is in this world with her foster.  Her foster mom is taking her out to meet all sorts of new people as she clearly hasn't been around a lot of strangers. She's been fine with people of all ages at this point once she knows they are "ok". She is very much classic dobe as she comes out of her shell the most with "her people". She does fine with all other dogs she's met and is living in a foster with cats, doing just fine.  This senior girl has such a sweet soul and deserves her own people for the rest her life.

About Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Who is Payton's Place / Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue?


Payton's Place / Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, volunteer based organization, dedicated to placing homeless Doberman Pinschers into new and loving homes. We rely solely on donations to continue and expand our work. Every dollar contributed goes directly to the rescue, care, and placement of the dogs, such as operating expenses, care of the dogs, shelter fees, veterinary care and medications, and equipment. No one at Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue receives a salary; we have no paid employees or board members. Our volunteers are all extremely committed people who, from the goodness in their hearts and for the love of this magnificent breed, generously give of their time, money and devotion. These volunteers work full time jobs, have families and dogs of their own, as well as volunteering for the Rescue.



What we do
Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue is committed to the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of Dobermans in need. These Dobermans come from varied backgrounds. Some have been abandoned or neglected, some have been given up due to divorce, relocation, or because an owner is unable to dedicate the time the dog needs and deserves.
We strive to place these Dobermans into responsible, caring, and permanent homes. Before placement in a new home, each dog has been checked by the veterinarian, updated on vaccinations, checked for heartworms, spayed/neutered, wormed, and micro-chipped. Each dog is on a regimen of heartworm preventative while in our program. Veterinarian records are maintained and are provided to the adoptive family. We also evaluate, as best as possible, each dog for behavior and temperament.
After placement, we are always available to the adoptive family, should they need any assistance.
We also help care for those dogs less fortunate- those that need a little time to regain their health, or those that may have behavioral problems which require extra training before going to a new home.
In addition, if an individual is considering giving up his/her Doberman, we will see if we can offer them guidance in order to keep the dog with the family that he loves.
We have also been instrumental in transporting, sheltering, and caring for dogs from other rescue organizations. We are always willing to help when we can.
Last but not least, we hope we are doing our part in public education of this breed. We try to inform people of this breed's requirements, need for training, socialization and exercise, as well as responsible dog ownership.
In doing so, we hope to be able to aid in the fight against pet overpopulation, and moreover, help prevent other unfortunate Dobermans from ending up in shelters.
Together we can make a difference! If you are thinking of getting a new friend, please consider adopting a rescue dog.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Visitors at Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue are BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

Our Adoption Process...

The adoption process involves several steps.

1. You must first complete the adoption application. You can submit it online, or print it out, complete, and mail it to us.
Upon our receipt and review of your application, we will contact your veterinarian references.
If the vet references are satisfactory, a volunteer will contact you to make an appointment to visit your home and do a home check. The purpose of the home check is to see the environment where the dog will live. This is also a good time for the adoptive family to discuss any concerns or questions they may have with the SWODR representative. SWODR wants to ensure the adoptive family fully understands the responsibilities of owning and caring for a Doberman and the needs of a rescue dog.
If after the home visit, it is determined that you would be a good candidate to adopt a Doberman from Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue, you will be invited to make an appointment to come out to the SWODR facility to meet and spend time with some of the available dogs. Our volunteers will introduce you to the dogs that we feel may meet your needs, circumstances, and lifestyle. Applicants are under no obligation to accept a dog based on SWODR's suggestions.
When you feel you have "connected" with a particular dog, you can spend time with the dog, whether it be walking, playing, or just sitting and petting the dog.
If a good match is made, and you find that special dog that you truly want to be a permanent member of your family, and per SWODR's approval, you will then finalize the adoption process by completing the adoption contract and an adoption donation is required at that time.
You can then take your new dog home!

Most of our dogs incur expenses greater than the adoption fee. In order to help cover our
expenses, SWODR charges and adoption donation for each dog. This fee is considered
a "donation" and is usually nonrefundable. The fee varies according to the age of the dog
as follows:

Baby dogs 6 months of age and younger, typically: $400.00
Youngsters 7 months to 2 years: $350.00
Adults 2 years through 6 years: $300.00
Seniors 7 years and up, typically: $200.00

Note: Often we do not know a dog's exact age. In such instances we use our best
estimate of the dog's age but cannot guarantee its accuracy.